HCL Updates from Engage  

By Oliver Busse | 5/31/22 11:00 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Though not physically present, I captured some news from Engage which takes places these days, thanks to my fellow peeps who post infos on Twitter. My personal highlights from the OGS and other sessions during the day are:

Technical Documentation? Here you go!  

By Oliver Busse | 11/16/21 6:05 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

I admit: I love to write technical documentations. It's an unusual habit of a developer to do so, but somehow I adore having something to look at after a while and still be able to understand what's going on. In the past I used several tools for that. What I can say is that word processors like MS Word are NOT suitable to write a decent documentation for software. Just do not use them. I recently discovered MkDocs as the tool of my choice. This allows you to create neat online documentation as well as printable PDFs using the right plugins.

Thank you, Nathan!  

By Oliver Busse | 4/13/21 2:29 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Today we mourn for one of our members of the community (aka the Yellow bubble), Nathan T. Freeman. If you are working in the Notes/Domino area for some years you definitely came across this name. Nathan was one of the busiest developers for decades, always exploring the borders of Notes and Domino and way beyond.

HCL Digital Week is history  

By Oliver Busse | 11/14/20 4:13 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

First of all: THANK YOU, VERY WELL DONE, FOLKS! The first major event conducted by HCL for their Digital Solutions and Digital Experience portfolio is over. So is the Factory Tour that also was done virtually thanks to the pandemic. These 2/3 events overlapped during this week, started every day at 10am EST (3pm UTC, 4pm CET) and offered the blueprints of the current and upcoming solutions of HCL Software. I won't go into details about sessions and content here, so many friends wrote their asses off about it. Just checkout CollaborationToday to find their blog posts. I am actually not able to focus on a single product or topic here, this was intense.

Amsterdamned #engageug #dominoforever #hcldigital  

By Oliver Busse | 3/5/20 2:48 PM | Business - Events / People | Added by Renan Ek Rendon

I am currently sitting in my hotel room near Amsterdam Schipol airport. I missed my flight in the morning because the Dutch train canceled several connections and the train I was in finally also had delays due to technical issues on the track. Another delay resulted in the need to change the train at Amsterdam Central. Anyway, I didn't make it in time, I was about 1 hour late. But why I am here?

My journey to Engage #engageug #dominoforever #ibmchampion  

By Oliver Busse | 5/2/19 3:24 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Matteo Bisi

Only 12 days left to the highly awaited European conference around Collaboration Solutions (fka IBM ICS, now HCL Collaboration Workflow Platforms) - Engage. I am planning my trip already because I don’t like surprises when I am traveling. Flights and hotel is already booked for months now but the local transportation usually is a challenge when you visit an unknown area or city. I only once was in Brussels before but I had a car to get from and to the airport and to and from a small village near Gent almost 2 years ago.

Next: DNUG Development Day   

By Oliver Busse | 1/28/19 3:52 PM | Business - Events / People | Added by Matteo Bisi

Our awesome local user group DNUG is hosting the next event in Essen, Germany: the DNUG Development Day. My session is about Domino's Node.js integration and the Domino Query Language. Go and check out the event here, there are some seats available: https://dnug.de/event/development-day-2019/

Slides and demo code from my session at SUTOL 2016  

By Oliver Busse | 11/12/16 4:02 PM | Business - Events / People | Added by John Oldenburger

The slides and the demo app (please checkout the branch "sutol2016") from my session at the 8th SUTOL conference in Prague are now available. It was a pleasure to be here again, talking to familiar and new people, learning new things and having fun overall. See you next time.

3 Weeks of Awesomeness  

By Oliver Busse | 3/29/16 2:42 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by John Oldenburger

The past three weeks were very busy. Today I finally find the time to put down some words about it. I had the pleasure of attending three interesting events that took place in three countries. For me this started the conference season this year - and there are more to come soon!

Recap, Slides and Demo App from my SUTOL 2015 session  

By Oliver Busse | 11/11/15 3:58 PM | Business - Events / People | Added by John Oldenburger

On Nov 11th I had the pleasure to present my session "Utilizing the OpenNTF Domino API in Domino Applications" at the 7th Czech User Group Conference SUTOL in Prague (CZ). The story of how I prepared this session is somewhat unique.

Recap of ICON UK 2015  

By Oliver Busse | 9/24/15 3:51 PM | Business - Events / People | Added by John Oldenburger

I just arrived back home from a marvelous time during the past 4 days. It was the time of the ICON UK taking place at the IBM Client Center, Southbank in London. I was lucky to be a part of it and it also was a pleasure to do a show and tell session about IBM Bluemix development workflow, the tools to use and how.

There's a lot to come from OpenNTF  

By Oliver Busse | 5/1/15 1:35 PM | Business - Events / People | Added by Johnny Oldenburger

Those of you who attended last week's AGM saw and heard it already. We are planning a conference to take place in Q1 2016. Furthermore we're also working hard to improve you experience on the websites. One of them is CollaborationToday.info - your daily news aggregator for all ICS (ESS) related stuff in the web.

Spring DNUG: Call for Abstracts  

By Oliver Busse | 3/17/15 5:39 PM | Business - Events / People | Added by Johnny Oldenburger

The next DNUG will be on June 10.+11. in Dortmund. I'd like to encourage everyone who has ideas for interesting topics to talk about to send me their short abstracts until April 15. Again I was chosen as one of the track managers who organize the individual tracks for the two days of sessions.